Vibrant Communities Saint John: Dismantling the Poverty Traps
 
Anne Makhoul and Eric Leviten-Reid, March 2006
 

Vibrant Communities Saint John (VCSJ) was founded in 2004 with support from its convenor organization, the Business Community Anti-Poverty Initiative.  Saint John community organizers take pride in the rich interwoven relationships that form the basis of their work to identify and remove the traps that keep people in poverty.

 

This is the fourth in a series of stories on the key ideas that guide the poverty reduction work of the six Vibrant Communities ‘Trail Builders.’

 


ISBN - 1-55382-173-4


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